We have several factors that make a Wing Debit Card an attractive option.
Ontology ID. Perfect for verification of customers and could be a requirement to get a card.
WING Token. Could be locked up to get cash back on purchases, which would be paid in WING. Adding a further use case and reducing some circulating supply.
WUSD Token. Could be used as the sole token to top-up the card. Adding a clear demand for the token.
Utility. Using Singapore as an example, there are 2 main competitors. One fails horribly on authentication (see point 1 for our solution) and the other fails on top-ups. There is a growing demand and the early movers are not winning over customers.
This seems like a good fit for WING and Ontology together.